composed of one legislative body
legislature must sign off on major initiatives, such as creating new taxes and rewriting the Constitution.
Newsweek (Dec 22, 2010)
a vehicle with a single wheel that is driven by pedals
date back to circus acts in the late 19th Century, enthusiasts only began doing jumps on their one-wheeled vehicles some 40 years ago.
BBC (May 27, 2012)
the quality of lacking diversity or variation
Boy bands, for all their perceived
, are really about variety, offering a range of crush options in one package.
New York Times (May 27, 2012)
act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
“On this night we all
around one rallying cry, who do YOU stand up for?”
Forbes (Sep 5, 2012)
involving only one part or side
American military action, including drone strikes or commando raids, could set off resentment that might cut across such divides.
New York Times (Oct 5, 2012)
the single one of its kind
occurring together or simultaneously
a garment that covers the body from shoulders to thighs
Wearing a pale yellow
and point shoes, she guided her body through a sequence of static positions, creating an oddly mesmerizing movement meditation.
New York Times (Nov 2, 2011)
the quality of being fused into one
Indeed, in a rare display of
, the country's rival political leaders expressed identical sentiments upon hearing of his death.
BBC (Jul 20, 2012)
applicable to or common to all members of a group or set
Starting around 1910, America made huge investments in public high schools in pursuit of
Economist (Oct 11, 2012)